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An Exploration of 'Uncultivated' Practices

Advantages: Diverse range of texts and artistic practices presented, organised and researched sensitively
Disadvantages: Some of the images are a little too small (though I like the range of sizes and positions)

'The Carnival of Perception' presents a series of texts written by London based art writer Guy Brett, with a preface by Yve-Alain Bois. Texts are taken from various writing genres such as writing for exhibition publications to art journalism. The texts ha ...

brendanmccrory 06.10.2011 · Read full review
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Review of Carnival Of Perception - Guy Brett

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Just So

Advantages: Brilliant if you're actually studying Kipling...
Disadvantages: ...less so if you're not.

...Rudyard Kipling, born in India in 1865, is still the youngest ever Nobel literature laureate. He was a prolific author and at the turn of the century up to the first World War an immensely popular one. Even now he remains the most frequently quoted of all ...

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Review of The Cambridge Companion to Rudyard Kipling - Howard J Booth

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Yeah, She's Awful

Advantages: Sheds more light about Kurt and Courtney
Disadvantages: People still thinking Courtney killed Kurt

...great Nirvana AND Hole fan I find it pretty ridiculous that every time I speak to a Nirvana fan they say "Oh I hate Hole, Courtney killed Kurt, blah blah blah." You know, I say in reply to that, "What about the music though, Hole make good rock n ...

Clove 19.07.2001 · Read full review
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Review of Courtney Love (The Real Story) - Poppy Z. Brite

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